Juventus are currently closely monitoring Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik's situation at his club, and have shown great interest in the Polish forward.
Napoli director Cristiano Giuntoli confirmed on Tuesday that if Milik does not agree a new contract with the club, then he will be put on the transfer list.
"There are still many games to be played, the parties are evaluating the situation. There is no agreement yet, we'll be happy if we find one, otherwise he will be put on the transfer market."
Juventus have reportedly popped up as the team that is the most interested, with Gonzalo Higuain's future being uncertain, with him possibly leaving during the summer.
Milik has reportedly shown appreciation of Juve's interest, yet Napoli want around £45 million for the Polish forward.
Milik currently has 10 goals in 17 Serie A appearances this season for Napoli, in a season where he has been plagued by injuries.
This is Milik's fourth season in Naples, where he has scored a total of 47 goals in 112 games in all competitions.